Bronxville Summer Farmer's Market

Real Estate Agent with Prudential Centennial

What: Bronxville Summer Farmers' Market

When: May 28-Nov. 19, 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. (rain or shine)

Where: Stone Place at Paxton Avenue, Bronxville, NY

Vendors: Contact Mary Liz Mulligan, 914-479-2246,

 Bronxville Farmers' Market Welcomes Summer May 28

It's been a long, cold winter. If thoughts of fresh fruits, vegetables, homemade breads, jams and jellies are dancing in your head, get ready for the Bronxville Chamber of Commerce Summer Farmers' Market.

The Summer Market opens May 28 and will take place every Saturday on Stone Place at Paxton Avenue in Bronxville, NY. The Farmers' market will be open 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., "rain or shine" according to the Chamber's online announcement.

Want to get in on this well-organized and extremely successful event? Simply contact Mary Liz Mulligan at 914-479-2246 for all the details. You can email her too at

Bronxville, NY is an affluent village in Westchester County, NY. In fact, it was once the home of late President John F. Kennedy. The Kennedy family bought a 21-room mansion on a six-acre estate where the future president participated in Boy Scouts from 1929 to 1931. There are many stunning Bronxville NY homes for sale. Area residents love the upper-class atmosphere, elegant architecture, fine homes and community facilities.

It's activities like the popular Farmers Market that bring people of the village together to enjoy the area's abundance.

If you are shopping for Bronxville NY homes for sale, contact Prudential Centennial Realty today. One of our licensed real estate professionals will be glad to give you a tour of the area featuring Bronxville NY homes for sale based on your expressed wants and needs. Just 15 miles north of Manhattan, Bronxville is a serene community with a celebrated level of education in Bronxville schools.

Bronxville Farmers' Market a Bronxville Tradition

Established in June 2002, the Village of Bronxville and the Bronxville Chamber of Commerce are reported to have joined together to create a venue for vendors from throughout New York State's Hudson Valley. " ... all goods are in compliance with the New York State Department of Agricultural Markets," according to the chamber's website.

Vegetable and produce vendors even honor W.I.C. and Senior Farmers' Market Nutrition Program checks. At this market you will find:

  • fresh produce, including organic produce and specialty items
  • pasture raised-meats and poultry
  • honey
  • maple syrup
  • pickles
  • cheese
  • breads
  • baked goods
  • quiche
  • dips
  • soups
  • herbs
  • lavender and lavender products
  • local wines
  • field-cut wild flowers
  • bottled milk
  • granola
  • soups
  • cookies
  • hand made soaps & lotions
  • home spun fibers for  knitting and chutney

Don't miss this delicious and green tradition!

Posted by

Donald Reich

Associate Broker, Prudential Centennial

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